Official Year Book of the Commonwealth of Australia

@article{Knibbs1936OfficialYB,
  title={Official Year Book of the Commonwealth of Australia},
  author={George Handley Sir Knibbs},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1936},
  volume={138},
  pages={9-9}
}
AbstractTHE new issue of this valuable year book is planned on the usual lines, and even if the call for economy still curtails the size of the volume and curbs the desire of the editor in the presentation of available data, the scope is so comprehensive that little of real importance can have been omitted.Official Year Book of the Commonwealth of Australia No. 28, 1935. Prepared by E. T. McPhee. Pp. xxxi + 971. (Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics, Canberra.) (Canberra: Commonwealth… 

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